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    #1

    help me correct these two sentences

    Is it correct to say


    I live in (or ..an apartment ? ) apartment with my parents.

    or

    I live with my parents in ( an ) apartment.


    He is in the 12th grade.. or He is in 12th grade.


    Thank you !

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    Re: help me correct these two sentences

    I live in an apartment with my parents.

    or

    I live with my parents in an apartment.

    Both are fine- the difference is that in the first, you are less dependent on your parents.


    He is in the 12th grade.. or He is in 12th grade.

    I'd say 'the'

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